A block north of Oxford Street, this farmhouse-style gastropub (light wood, bare tables, a bar presiding over the conversations, strong but casual service) attracts a varied crowd for wine or a locally brewed pint, quality house-cured meats, and classic British proteins such as rotisserie beef, venison, chicken, fish and chips, and the title character served with a raisin mustard jus. The all-day Sunday Roast (beef, pork, or lamb) with all the trimmings is swishier than what a pub serves, but a tonic for feet run weary by shopping at nearby Selfridges. Hidden gem alert: It also has eight country-house-inspired B&B rooms, each with a king bed and free Wi-Fi (from £210).
The Grazing Goat
6 New Quebec St., W1
Our Rating Neighborhood Marylebone Hours Mon–Sat noon–10pm; Sun noon–9:30pm, kitchen closes 1 hr. prior, bar closes 1 hr. later Transportation Tube: Marble Arch Phone 020/7724-7243 Prices Main courses £11–£22 Cuisine Type British Web site The Grazing Goat
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